Mr. A. K. Maclean.-For a return showing how many medical doctors are employed by the Militia Department at Halifax, N.S.; the name of each, and their rank and pay, respectively; whether the entire time of all or any is devoted
to the militia service; when not constantly employed in the militia service, what is their daily period of service.
Mr. Carvell.-For a return showing whether the Government has received any complaints as to the manner of supplying clothing to the Royal Military College, or as to its fit, workmanship or materials employed, or as to any delay in furnishing the cadets with clothing; if so, from whom such complaints have been received; on what grounds were such complaints made.; what form was the complaint in; what was the nature of the complaint; whether the Government is aware as to whether or not there has been dissatisfaction as to the fit, workmanship and materials employed, or as to any delay in furnishing the cadets with clothing; whether it is true, as alleged, that the late Commandant of the Royal Military College, Colonel Crowe, before he left, recommended a change of system for the supply of clothing, and outlined the features of such a system; if so, what were the details of the plan suggested; to what extent was the plan suggested by Colonel Crowe adopted, and If not adopted, why not; whether the present Commandant of the Royal Military College has made any suggestions as to a change in the system of supplying clothing to the cadets; if so, what were the changes which he suggested.